Malic acid

Malic acid


Name: Malic acid

Synonyms: hydroxybuccinic acid, Latin Acidum malicum, E296

Genre: Clean

Cleanliness: clean

Chemical formula: C4H6O5


Malic acid. Malic acid.

Malic acid (hydroxybuccinic acid, Latin Acidum malicum, E296) - an organic chemical compound, a dicarboxylic hydroxyl occurring e.g. in apples and rhubarb.
malic acid

supports fat burning

removes harmful products of metabolism

excellent acidity regulator, stronger than citric acid

3-5% rinsing solution

malic acid solution above 10% - antifungal properties, in an acidic environment, inhibits the growth of bacteria and fungi,

strengthens the properties of antioxidants,

is widely used in cosmetics (production of lipsticks, creams, lotions, tonics)

Sample application

Peeling: prepare a 10% solution of malic acid and water and mix with 1 tablespoon of magnesium sulphate (bitter salt).

Soaking feet in a 15% aqueous solution of malic acid. Malic acid softens horny heels and hard nails.

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Malic acid. Kwas jabłkowy 1kg Malic acid

Malic acid Name: Malic acid Synonyms: hydroxybuccinic acid, Latin Acidum malicum, E296 Genre: Clean Cleanliness: clean Chemical formula: C4H6O5 Malic acid (hydroxybuccinic acid, Latin Acidum malicum, E296) is an organic chemical compound. It is a dicarboxylic acid, for example in apples and rhubarb. Malic acid: - supports fat burning, - supports the removal of harmful waste products, - it is an excellent acidity regulator (stronger than citric acid) - in the 3-5% solution intended for rinsing, - in the solution above 10% it has antifungal properties, and in an acidic environment it inhibits the growth of fungi and bacteria, - provides enhancement of antioxidant properties, - is widely used in cosmetics, Examples of applications: - peeling - 10% solution of malic acid mixed with 1 tablespoon of magnesium sulphate (bitter salt), - soaking feet - in a 15% solution - malic acid softens horny skin and hard nails.

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